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Sarah Austin

Sarah Austin

Guest Writer / Entrepreneur and advisor to AI startups. Teaching Artificial Intelligence emotions. Johns Hopkins data scientist.
Sarah Austin, a previous SAP Hacker of the Year and Vanity Fair's "America's Tweetheart," is an entrepreneur and investor focused on enterprise startups as well as a startup consultant and advisor. She volunteers and runs a technology education program, Coding FTW, at the YMCA.

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